Day 31 for #WorldWatercolorMonth

Finally the last abstract painting for this week’s personal theme. 🙂


I went all out with whatever came to mind. For whatever reason this piece reminded me of a favorite dish, chop suey. 🙂

I have no words to describe this painting only that I am glad that I stood by my commitment to understand and learn abstract painting this week. One week is not enough so I guess you will see a few more attempts with abstract in the coming weeks/months. ❤ 🙂

As I’ve said it before, abstract painting is NEVER easy. I’d rather create something with a name, a form, an exact appearance. But as an artist, going outside of my comfort zone was necessary to exert oneself and know thy limits. 🙂

A HUGE congratulations to everyone who joined in #WorldWatercolorMonth  and endlessly share their amazing artworks! ❤ A huge hug and thank you too to Charlie of Doodlewash for being the most gracious and wonderful host and organizer of this amazing project and for being part of raising awareness for children in need of art supplies and art education around the world through The Dreaming Zebra Foundation . Cheers to all of us! Cheers to a month long creative habit with watercolors! Cheers to the coming surprises that await us and our love for watercolors! ❤ ❤ ❤


ICAD 2016, Day 60 and 61

Day 60 is a quote from Pablo Picasso


Day 61 is a quote from Pamela Slim


Congratulations everyone who joined in at Daisy Yellow‘s  Index Card a Day and tirelessly shared their artworks. We did it! 61 days of beautiful artworks from Tammy’s prompts and personal themes. Cheers!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

Self Love Day 192

Day 192


Yup, the down emoticon. I guess its not a coincidence that I feel down today. With ICAD 2016 and #WorldWatercolorMonth celebrating its last day plus I had a roller coaster emotional ride with an Aunt. The excitement for two month for ICAD 2016 and a month with #worldwatercolormonth took its toll on me today and I am just glad that both of these projects are over. I am not really physically tired but maybe tired of pushing myself to its limits considering that I rode the magic mushroom and went on a roller coaster ride with no harness and no guide, relying only on sheer luck and magic dusts. A few days off of art will be a great help. 🙂